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62 A FRONTIER DOCTOR
other second I should have been slashed into ribbons. I
had always been considered a sprinter, but I am quite
positive I broke all my previous records as I sailed
through her front door and onto my horse. This door
will be in the limelight later, as Billy the Kid flashed
through it, head on, during a foot race.
That was fifty years ago and I can assure my readers it
was my last offense as an intermeddler between a man
and his wife.
Pedro recovered, mutual friends brought us together,
explanations were made and a truce declared; but I was
careful never to allow him to get behind me.
Here’s what’s next.
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